Minutes before First Lady Melania Trump’s return, a New York Times correspondent questioned why she hadn’t been seen from and criticised the White House for it.
The news that First Lady Melania Trump returned to the White House Saturday morning from her hospital stay following kidney surgery came a bit too soon for New York Times chief White House correspondent Peter Baker.
On Saturday morning, Baker tweeted, “Where is the first lady? The White House won’t say but insists she’s feeling fine five days after a procedure that is usually done on an outpatient basis.”
The tweet included a Friday New York Times article entitled, “White House keeps Details Of Melania Trump’s Health Under Wraps” by Katie Rogers.
“At this point in Mrs. Trump’s recovery, specialists say it is hard to know why she would remain in the hospital for the better part of a week,” Rogers wrote. “It is possible that a patient could stay longer after an embolization procedure if there were underlying medical conditions, or if an infection, pain or discomfort developed afterward, Dr. Joseph A. Vassalotti, the chief medical officer at the National Kidney Foundation, said in an interview.”
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